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Projects in Printmaking

at New York School of the Arts - Upper East Side

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Upper East Side, Manhattan
315 E 62nd St 2nd Fl
Btwn 1st & 2nd Avenues
New York, New York 10065
Price includes $50 registration fee.
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Class Level: All levels
Age Requirements: 18 and older
Average Class Size: 10
Teacher: Taka Maruno

What you'll learn in this printmaking class:

Find freedom of expression through printmaking. Develop individual projects in mediums including color viscosity roller technique. Unite technique and imagination in a dynamic expression of your unique vision. The instructor will be present on Tuesday.

Registration fee included.

Material List:

The school will supply the following:

  • Hand cleaner
  • Newsprint
  • Solvents
  • Ink spatulas
  • Files
  • Inks-oil and water-based
  • Tarlatan
  • Blotters

Beginning students will need:

  • Knife (Olfa=break away blades)
  • Black Pen (only Sharpie)
  • Masking tape
  • Further supplies will be suggested after individual consultation at class
  • Viva Paper Towel

Available to buy papers ( BFK Rives White 22x30 250g) at class.

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Refund Policy

Class Cancellation: Classes and workshops are subject to cancellation if the minimum number of students required for a session are not met. Notification will be sent to registered students five days before the class is scheduled to begin.


To receive a refund, you must notify us in writing at [email protected] There is a $15 administrative fee for each refund.

  • In order to receive a full refund, students must withdraw from a class or workshop twelve days prior to the first day of classes.
  • Students withdrawing from a class and workshop during the week before the beginning of the quarter will receive a 75% refund as school credit if within twelve days of the start of the class. (A quarter begins on the first day of week one.)
  • No refunds will be made after the second class without medical documentation and no refunds will be made after a workshop begins.
  • Ceasing to attend class without notifying the school does not constitute withdrawal from class. 
  • Refunds are issued in the same form as payment. Refunds are issued within thirty days from request in the form of the same payment. Registration and service fees are non-refundable.

Transfers: All transfers must occur before the second meeting of class. Transfers from one course into another may incur additional fees, depending on the transfer. Transfer from one workshop to another is not permitted. There is a $15 administrative fee for each transfer.

Holidays & Canceled Lessons: We are closed for Thanksgiving, winter and spring break. If we must close due to weather, we will send out an email as well as update social media. The New York School of the Arts follows New York City Public Schools for weather-related closings. If classes are canceled, the instructor will work with the school office to schedule a make-up date. We do not refund/prorate for weather closure, and our make-up policy still applies.


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Hi There, I would like to book this course, but I am not in New York until the 9th of April (The second week of the course). Is it okay that I join the course, but skip the first week? Best Camille
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Hi Camille! Yes, you can join on the second class. Additionally, the school is willing to put you in touch with the instructor so you can both discuss ways to integrate into the class with the lost week. Hope this helps!

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Projects in Printmaking
Reviewed by Anonymous on 2/18/2018
I have taken numerous courses at the New York School of the Arts. Printmaking as well Abstract Painting and Alternative Materials and Cyanotype The professors are extreemely professional and knowledege. The classes are not overly large so you are able to work with the professors individually. They go beyond to help you further your own creative vision. The students are very welcoming and there is always interesting dialogue between all involved. A special enviroment with much enthisuiasm for the artistic process.

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New York School of the Arts is a school that has been created to fulfill the expectation of the transformed contemporary art world. It is based on the heritage of the traditional discipline and at the same time an exploration of the new media. In the modern context of New York City, we use a strong...

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